“Wow, what can we say about Aldwick Court Farm, from the moment we drove in to the venue we knew it was something special. The way it looked and the beautiful setting it was in already had us interested. We could not have asked for a better wedding venue to celebrate our special day with all our friends and family. From day one Rob the events manager was incredible. Nothing we asked for was too much to ask and he was happy to accommodate all of our ideas. One reason we chose Aldwick was because of how flexible they were on doing what we wanted and making it exactly how we wanted to look. We were looked after each time we came to visit and it made it so easy to plan the wedding from Plymouth (a 2 hour drive away and not knowing anything about the area) We held our whole wedding at Aldwick – ceremony in the Old Barn which was an intimate and romantic setting for the ceremony before moving in to the new barn for the dinner, speeches and dancing. It was just a perfect way to have a wedding, all of it merging in to one without any gaps or awkward moving from room to room. It flows so nicely and the bar is a great feature which everyone commented on and a lot of people trying the Aldwick wine too 🙂 We originally wanted to find our own caters however TasteBuds was the one that Aldwick used and we couldn’t have been happier with their service. Emma was incredible on the day, doing everything and anything we asked. I even changed the table layout the day before and that wasn’t an issue at all. The food was incredible and everyone commented on how delicious it was. The hog roast was amazing and we could not fault the service, taste, look or anything. It was just perfect. All my guests keep commenting on how amazing the whole day was and what a perfect setting the venue was to hold our wedding. I would recommend Aldwick Court Farm to everyone who is looking for a unique beautiful setting and something different.”

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Charlotte & James January 10, 2016

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